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tuesday after a suspicious package was found. the faa also issued a temporary ground stop which kept planes from taking off for 45 minutes. businesses in boston will attempt to return to normal today. some of the hardest-hit areas in the back bay closed tuesday as investigators combed for evidence following the deadly blast monday during the boston marathon. deluca's market closed briefly for a police search, then quickly re- opened. a deluca's manager tells us tuesday it was the only grocery store in the area available to residents. the manager says business at deluca's is brisk. turning to earnings from the financial sector, bank of america and american express report today. analysts predict bac brought in $23 billion in revenues in the first quarter. the bank suffered two previous quarters of heavy losses from legal settlements tied to the financial crisis. american express is reeling from 4500 job cuts as it tightens up. it's estimated that the nation's top credit card company earned $8 billion. yesterday, goldman sach's $2.2-billion profit topped wall street's forecast. regulato
are set to fly again. friday, the faa approved boeing's battery fix on its 787s. the jets could be in the air within weeks. meanwhile, boeing is slowing down production of its 747-8 jumbo jets because of weak demand for freighters. it is not expected to have a major effect on the jet maker's finances. dripping oil prices are seeping into the cost of gasoline. a gallon of unleaded fell around a nickel over the past week. phill flynn of price futures group joins us now. good morning to you phil. - good morning! usually you have me on when gas prices are going up and you are complaining. i think i should get some credit now that they are coming down. - how low will they go? - i think we could fall another 25ยข a gallon right now, because, let's face it, the cost of crude has been tumbling. in fact, if you look at the cost of brent crude, which has really been following gasoline prices, we are under $100 a barrel, and even opec may not be able to stop it, though they are talking about calling an emergency meeting. so the outlook for the summer driving season looks clear and sunny,
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